people basically clear out their homes. i want to tell you something. sanitation trucks, garbage trucks from new york city actually working 24 hours around the clock. on some blocks we saw eight sanitation trucks. that's how many are needed, block by block, because there is so much garbage and debris, as you know. we see here a lot of people are coming, bringing clothing to meebl. others are taking that clothing, taking clothing, taking blankets, taking coats, especially, because it is just so cold. whether somebody is going to be able to vote, some people are saying yes. of course they are going to vote. others are saying they're so overwhelmed that even if they could find their polling place, chances are, they're not going to get there. of course, as you know, if 25% of the voting public doesn't show up, they may extend voting in these areas for another day. >> deb, appreciate that. so tough right now in staten island and elsewhere. nassau county, suffolk county, long island. when it comes to the election there's a legal storm brewing.